I rely on *Booklist*, to which we've subscribed for years. Occasionally I
get an idea from Maine Public; Jennifer Rooks' recent interview, plus
amazon.com reviews, added *Moral Combat *to my order list. When I buy a
new author, I try to remember to get patron reactions so I'll know whether
to look for his/her next book. When a patron suggests a book or author I
don't know, I check on amazon.com (always assuming some of the five-star
reviews are written by the author's spouse, partner or publisher & some of
the one-stars by a disgruntled ex-spouse or the publisher who regrets
turning down the book).
Albert Church Brown Memorial Library
On Fri, May 3, 2019 at 11:59 AM Martha Frost <[log in to unmask]>
> Hi all!
> I'm looking for some new (to me) information on how you order new books.
> Where do you get your information on upcoming titles to be specific. Do you
> use certain websites, magazines, best seller lists, etc? I'm looking for
> titles 3-4 months in advance and sometimes information is not readily
> Not sure if it's any help but we get our books through Ingram.
> Thanks for any information and help you can offer!
> Millinocket Memorial Library.
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